ADJOURNED EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING « hereby convened the Executive Committee. to be held in the toard Room. 18. Chxring Cross-road. W.C., at 12 (noon), on JUNE 15. IMI. AGENDA. To consider a resolution that Rule 33. A-hich now reads as follows That the; amount of the annual
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painful illness, the age of 18. was one of the leading actresses of the Victorian stage, the lustre of her fame a comedienne has been but little dimmed by the passing time. Marie Wilton was the daughter Robert Pleydell Wilton, who came an old Gloucestershire family, and original
KAN FROM TORONTO ’’ AT Messrs. Douglas Millar and F. Clive Ross's company have the distinction being the last appear that historic theatre, the Theatre Royal, before It goes over to the cinema. The attraction sound one. though not new to local playgoers: Is ” The Man From Toronto
During hie absence from tbia country, exteoding over seven years, Herbert Clifton. the female impersonator, has played lofig seasons in Australia, New Zealand, •sd, more recently, in the United States, jonclnding his tour Chicago. At New Cross last week Herbert was given a heart